公共英语四级口试考试试卷 真题 Part A ( 2 minutes) Interlocutor: Good morning/afternoon. Could I have your mark sheets, please? Thank you. (Hand over the mark sheets to the Assessor. ) My name is............ and this is my colleague.............. He/she will j ust listen to us. So, you are............. (name) and ............. (name) ? Th ank you. First of all , we' d like to know something about you, so I' m going to ask you some questions. ( Select two or more questions from each of the following categories for Ca ndidate A.)
(Select two or more questions from each of the following categories for Can didate B.)
Part B (3 minutes) Interlocutor: Now I' d like you to talk about something between yourselves. Please speak loudly so that we can hear you. You should take care to share the opportunity o f speaking. (Put the Pictures for Candidates [ p. 7 ] in front of both candidates and g ive instructions with reference to the picture. ) If you need a place to live in, you can either rent an apartment or buy one on bank loan. Make your choice and give your reasons. This picture is for your reference. You have three minutes for this. Would you like to begin now, please? Picture
Part C (7 minutes) Interlocutor: ? I' m going to give each of you a picture and I' d like you to first desc ribe it briefly and then
give your comment on what you see in the picture. (Put picture 1 for Candidates [ p. 8 ] in front of both candidates. ) ? ...... (Name of Candidate A), this is your picture. You have three minut es to talk about it. ? ...... ( Name of Candidate B ), listen carefully while...... ( Name of C andidate A) is speaking. When he/she has finished. I' d like you to ask him/her a question about what he/she has said. ? .....(Name of Candidate A), would you like to begin now, please? Candidate A: ( about three minutes) Interlocutor: ? Thank you. Now, ...... (Name of Candidate B), could you please ask your partner a question? (Half a minute for asking and answering the question. )
全国公共英语等级考试四级真题 加入收藏 【大 中 小】 [ 2010-6-8 ] Section I Listening Comprehension,Part A You will hear a recording of a c onversation between Mary and John about the Hilton Hotel and the Hotel Rossiya. Listen to it and fill out the table with the information you've heard for ques tions 1-
  5. Some of the information has been completed for you. Write not more t han 3 words in each numbered box. You will hear the recording twice. You now ha ve 25 seconds to read the table below. Information about the Hilton Hotel and the Hotel Rossiya The Hilton Hotel Number of Bedrooms Number of Employees Number of Restaurants Number of Elevators Country of Location Tapescript: M: Hi, Mary. How's everything?W: Fine. You know, John, I'm planning to go to Las Vegas for a holiday and would like to stay in a large hotel. Anything to recommend?M: Er? the Hilton Hotel there is quite a large one. It has ? er ? 3, 174 bedrooms. It also has 12 restaurants and about 125,000 square feet of conve ntion space. There're a 10-acre recreation deck and a stage show dining hall. O ver 3,600 people now work for it.W: Oh, great! Is it the largest hotel in the U. S.?M: Yes, it is. But it may not be the largest in the world. Er ? as far as I know, the Hotel Rossiya in Moscow is larger than Hilton. It is a 12-story build U.S. 12 1 2 The Hotel Rossiya 3,200 3,000 3 4 5
ing that has 3,200 rooms. It can provide accommodation for 6,000 guests. It tak es nearly 8 years and a half to spend one night in each room. Besides, there's a 21-story "Presidential tower" in the central courtyard. It has 15 restaurants and 93 elevators. And it employs about 3,000 people. The ballroom is known as the world's largest. Russians are not allowed to live in that hotel. And foreig ners are charged 16 times more than the very low rate charged Russian officials. W: It's unbelievable ?[fade out] Now you will hear the recording again. (The recording is repeated.) That is the end of Part A. Part B You will hear a radio weather forecast. Answer questions 6-10 whil e listening. Use not more than 5 words for each answer. You will hear the recor ding twice. You now have 40 seconds to read the questions. When will showers reach south-west England and the southern coast of Wales?
6 What will the minimum temperature be in the south during the night? 7 On what day of the week do you think this weather forecast was given? 8 What will be the general feeling about the weekend in the Netherlands? 9 What part of England will be cloudy and dry over the weekend? 10 Tapescript W: Hello. It's been another warm and fine day for most of us. Temperature s in south-east England reached twenty-six degrees Centigrade by mid-afternoon, and Brighton had fifteen hours of lovely sunshine. But already the weather is beginning to change, I'm afraid, and during the night showers will slowly move in from the Atlantic to reach south-west England and the southern coast of Wale s by early morning.The rest of the country will have a very mild, dry night wit
h minimum temperatures no lower than fifteen degrees in the south, a little coo ler ? eleven degrees or so ? in the north. Any remaining showers in northwest S cotland will pass quickly, to leave a mild, dry night there too.And now, the ou tlook for Friday and the weekend. Well, southern Europe will once again get the best of the weekend weather, and if your holiday starts this weekend, then sou thern Spain is the place to go, with temperatures of thirty-four degrees along the Mediterranean coast. At the eastern end of the Med, too, you can expect uni nterrupted sunshine and temperatures of up to thirty-two degrees Centigrade in Greece and south-east Italy, but further north the weather's not so settled. Mu ch of France, Belgium and the Netherlands will be cloudy with occasional rain a nd maximum temperatures will be around twenty-two degrees ? very disappointing for this time of the year.Scotland and Northern Ireland will have heavy rain fo r much of the weekend and temperatures will drop to a cool seventeen degrees. A cross most of England the weather will be cloudy but mainly dry with sunny peri ods. And when the sun does come out temperatures could rise to a maximum of twe nty-three degrees. Now you will hear the recording again. (The recording is repeated.) That is the end of Part B. Part CYou will hear three dialogues or monologues. Before listening to each one, you will have time to read the questions related to it. While listening, answe r each question by choosing A, B, C or D. After listening, you will have time t o check your answer. You will hear each piece once only.Questions 11-13 are bas ed on the following talk introducing Emily Dickinson, a well-known American poe t. You now have 30 seconds to read questions 11-
  13.
  11. How long did Emily Dickinson live in the house where she was born?[A] almos t all her life[B] less than half her life[C] until 1830[D] before 1872
  12. Which of the following is true of Emily Dickinson?[A] She was not a product ive poet.[B] She saw many of her poems published.[C] She was not a sociable per son.[D] She had contact only with a few poets.
  13. When was Emily Dickinson widely recognized?[A] after Henry James referred h ighly to her[B] after seven of her poems were published[C] after her poems beca me known to others[D] after she was dead for many years Tapescript: M: Emily Dickinson is one of the greatest American poets. She was born in a typ ical New England village in Massachusetts on December 10, 18
  30. She was the sec
ond child of the family. She died in the same house fifty-six years later. Duri ng her life time she never left her native land. She left her home state only o nce. She left her village very few times. And after 1872 she rarely left her ho use and yard. In the last years of her life she retreated to a smaller and smal ler circle of family and friends. In those later years she dressed in white, av oided strangers, and communicated chiefly through notes and poems even with int imates. The doctor who attended her illness was allowed to "examine" her in ano ther room, seeing her walk by an opened door. She was thought of as a "strange" figure in her home village. When she died on May 15, 1886, she was unknown to the rest of the world. Only seven of her poems had appeared in print.But to thi nk Emily Dickinson only as a strange figure is a serious mistake. She lived sim ply and deliberately. She faced the essential facts of life. According to Henry James, a famous American novelist, she was one of those on whom nothing was lo st. Only by thus living could Dickinson manage both to fulfill her obligations as a daughter, a sister, and a housekeeper and to write on the average one poem a day.She read only a few books but knew them deeply. Her poems are simple but remarkably rich. Not until 1950s was she recognized as one of the greatest Ame rican poets. Section II Use of EnglishRead the following text. Choose the best word for each numbered blank and mark A, B, C or D on ANSWER SHEET (
  1).During the 1980s, unemployment and underemployment in some countries was as high as 90 per cent. Some countries did not 1 enough food; basic needs in ho using and clothing were not (
  2) . Many of these countries looked to the industrial processes of the devel oped nations (
  3) solutions. (
  4) , problems cannot always be solved by copying the industrialized nations. Industry in the developed nations is highly automated and very (
  5) . It provides fewer jobs than labor-intensive industrial processes, and h ighly (
  6) workers are needed to (
  7)and repair the equipment. These workers must be trained, (
  8) many nations do not have the necessary training institutions. Thus, the

  9) of importing industry becomes higher. Students must be sent abroad to (
  10) vocational and professional training. (
  11) , just to begin training, the students must (
  12) learn English, French, German, or Japanese. The students then spend many years abroad, and (
  13) do not return home.All nations agree that science and technology (
  14) be shared. The point is: countries (
  15) the industrial processes of the developed nations need to look carefully (
  16) the costs, because many of these costs are (
  17) . Students from these nations should (
  18) the problems of the industrialized countries closely. (
  19) care, they will take home not the problems of science and technology, (
  20) the benefits.
  1. [A]generate [B]raise [C]produce [D]manufacture
  2. [A]answered [B]met [C]calculated [D]remembered
  3. [A]for [B]without [C]as [D]about
  4. [A]Moreover [B]Therefore [C]Anyway [D]However
  5. [A]expensive [B]mechanical [C]flourishing [D]complicated
  6. [A]gifted [B]skilled [C]trained [D]versatile
  7. [A]keep [B]maintain [C]retain [D] protect
  8. [A]since [B]so [C]and [D]yet
  9. [A]charge [B]price [C]cost [D]value
  10. [A]accept [B]gain [C]receive [D]absorb

  11. [A]Frequently [B]Incidentally [C]Deliberately [D]Eventually
  12. [A]soon [B]quickly [C]immediately [D]first
  13. [A]some [B]others [C]several [D]few
  14. [A]might [B]should [C]would [D]will
  15. [A]adopting [B]conducting [C]receiving [D]adjusting
  16. [A]to [B]at [C]on [D]about
  17. [A]opaque [B]secret [C]sealed [D]hidden
  18. [A]tackle [B]learn [C]study [D]manipulate
  19. [A]In [B]Through [C]With [D]Under
  20. [A]except [B]nor [C]or [D]but Section III Reading ComprehensionPart ARead the following four texts. Answer th e questions below each text by choosing A, B, C or D. Mark your answers on ANSW ER SHEET
  1. Text 1 It was 3:45 in the morning when the vote was finally taken. After six months of arguing and a final 16 hours of hot parliamentary debates, Australia's Norther n Territory became the first legal authority in the world to allow doctors to t ake the lives of incurably ill patients who wish to die. The measure was passed by the convincing vote of 15 to
  10. Almost immediately word flashed on the Int ernet and was picked up, half a world away, by John Hofsess, executive director of the Right to Die Society of Canada. He sent it on via the group's on-line s ervice, Death NET. Says Hofsess: "We posted bulletins all day long, because of course this isn't just something that happened in Australia. It's world history. "The full import may take a while to sink in. The NT Rights of the Terminally I ll law has left physicians and citizens alike trying to deal with its moral and practical implications. Some have breathed sighs of relief; others, including churches, right-to-life groups and the Australian Medical Association, bitterly attacked the bill and the haste of its passage. But the tide is unlikely to tu rn back. In Australia ? where an aging population, life-extending technology an d changing community attitudes have all played their part ? other states are go ing to consider making a similar law to deal with euthanasia. In the U.S. and C anada, where the right-to-die movement is gathering strength, observers are wai
ting for the dominoes to start falling.Under the new Northern Territory law, an adult patient can request death ? probably by a deadly injection or pill ? to put an end to suffering. The patient must be diagnosed as terminally ill by two doctors. After a "cooling off" period of seven days, the patient can sign a ce rtificate of request. After 48 hours the wish for death can be met. For Lloyd N ickson, a 54-year-old Darwin resident suffering from l
 

相关内容

2001.06试题(英语四级真题与答案)

   2001年6月全国大学英语四级考试真题和答案 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 ...

2002.06试题(英语四级真题与答案)

   2002年6月全国大学英语四级考试真题和答案 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 ...

大学英语四级真题总结

   2010.06 Part II laptop: n.笔记本电脑、膝上型轻便电脑 interval:n. 间隔;幕间休息;间距 brief:adj.简短的,简洁的;短暂的,草率的 n. 摘要,简报;概要,诉书 vt. 简报,摘要;作…的提要 brief interval:片刻 after a brief interval:过了片刻 pile up(buildup/accumulate):积累,堆放起来 slip into:v. 溜进;使滑入;匆忙穿上;[俚]大吃 slip one’s mind ...

2010.6英语四级真题

   2010 年 6 月英语四级考试(A 卷)真题 版权所有机密★启用前 试卷代号:A 大学英语四级考试 COLLEGE ENGLISH TEST -Band Four(4XSH 1) 试题册 注意事项 一、将自己的校名、姓名、准考证号写在答题卡 1 和答题卡 2 上,将本试卷代号划在答题卡 2 上。 二、试题册、答题卡 1 和答题卡 2 均不得带出考场,考试结束,监考员收卷后考生才可离开。 三、仔细读懂题目的说明。 四、在 30 分钟内做完答题卡 1 上的作文题。30 分钟后,考生按指令启封试 ...

2003.1大学英语四级真题

   Part Ⅰ Reading Comprehension (35 minutes) Passage One Questions 1 to 5 are based on the following passage. Like many of my generation, I have a weakness for hero worship. At same point, however, we all begin to question our heroes and our need for ...

2009年12月英语四级真题

   2009 年 12 月大学英语四级考试试题 Part Ⅰ Writing (30 minutes) 注意:此部分试题在答题卡 1 上。 Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay on the topic of Creating a Green Campus. You should write at least 120 words following the outline give ...

2006年英语四级真题听力n

   Part III Listing Comprehension 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 conversation and ...

2010年06月大学英语四级真题

   2010 年 6 月 19 日大学英语四级 日大学英语四级(CET-4)考试 考试 2010 年 6 月 19 日大学英语四级 日大学英语四级(CET-4)考试 考试 Part I 注意: 注意:此部分试题在答题卡 1 上。 Writing (30 minutes) Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay on the topic of Due Attention Should ...

大学英语四级真题2010年12月

   日大学英语新四级(CET 4)考试 (CET2010 年 12 月 18 日大学英语新四级(CET-4)考试 Part Ⅰ Writing Directions: For this, part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay on the topic of How Should Parents Help Children to Be Independent? You should write at least 120 wo ...

2011年4月英语四级真题和答案

   2011年英语专四真题参考答案:语法词汇部分 年英语专四真题参考答案: 年英语专四真题参考答案 51-55 DCABD 56-60 BACBD 61-65 ACBAB 66-70 BACBD 71-75 ACBDA 76-80 CBADB 2011年英语专四真题参考答案:阅读部分 年英语专四真题参考答案: 年英语专四真题参考答案 81-85 BDBAC 85-90 ACADB 91-95 BADDC 96-100 BCACB 黔南师院08音本(2)包金福 上传 UK, and more pe ...

热门内容

魔法英语语法手册(初中版)

   第一章 名词一、名词的定义、分类 表示人、事物、时间、地点或抽象概念名称的词叫名词(Noun)。 名词的分类 名词分为普通名词(Common noun)和专有名词(Proper noun)两类。 1.普通名词 普通名词表示某一类人、某一类事物、某种物质或抽象概念。例如: milk 牛奶building 楼房 engineer工程师room 房间 普通名词又可分为个体名词(Individual noun)、集体名词(Coll ...

英语四级考试时间安排1

   http://www.tt198.net 新英语四级考试考试时间流程安排 具体考试流程如下: 8:509:00试音寻台时间 9:009:10播放考场指令,发放作文考卷 9:10取下耳机,开始作文考试 9:35发放含有快速阅读的试题册(但9:40才允许开始做) 9:409:55做快速阅读 9:5510:00收答题卡一(即作文和快速阅读) 9:5510:00重新戴上耳机,试音寻台,准备听力考试 10:00开始听力考试,电台开始放音 听力结束后完成剩余考项 11:20全部考试结束 大学英语四级考试 ...

英语学习方法浅谈_3_

   无 忧升学 ! " 0功夫英 & # " % "" ( ) " 熏 飞 1 妙 , , 英 文 阅读 切 忌 , “ 三 天打 鱼 , 两 天晒 网 , , ” , 有 ( "Ε 一种 说法 词 汇 量超 过 一 万 之 后 英语水 平 才 不 会 因 为 短期停 止 使 用 英 语而 下降 以 必须 “ 如果 不知道在 美 国 一 盒 巧 克 力 中每 块 味 道都 不 同 , " "E( , Φ Φ 7. 8, " ( " . >, Β (> ", > " " ...

新概念英语第二册第1~30课单词

   新概念英语 II L1~14 单词 1 私人的 private 谈话 conversation 剧场,戏院 theatre 座位 seat 戏 play 大声地 loudly 生气的 angry 生气地 angrily 注意 attention 容忍 bear 事 business 无礼地,粗鲁地 rudely 2 直到 until 外面 outside 铃 ring 姑,姨,婶 aunt 重复 repeat 3 寄,送 send 明信片 postcard 使索然无味 损坏 spoil 博物 ...

英语语法学习资料_split_3

   考研英语语法全突破 I'm alive... I'm alive I'm alive... 我是永生的 我是永生的 我是永生的 23 all out of love i'm lying alone with my head on the phone 独自躺着,头靠在电话上 thinking of you till it hurts 想你想到心痛 i know you hurt too but what else can we do 我明白你也受到伤害,但又能如何 tormented and ...