学生姓名: 年级:学号:
班级代号: 考试地点:
Part I Listening (
  40%) %)
Section 1 Long Conversations (
  10%) %) Directions: In this section, you will hear two long conversations. At the end of each conversation, you will hear five questions. Both the conversations and the questions will be spoken ONLY ONCE. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices. (注意:请把答案写在答题卷上,否则以零分处理 注意:请把答案写在答题卷上 否则以零分处理 否则以零分处理) 注意
Conversation 1
  1. A) It is exaggerated. B) It is self-important. C) It is a move toward the concepts she teaches. D) It doesn’t give a clear idea of what the department does.

  2. A) She didn’t agree with him. B) It illustrates one of her basic ideas. C) The man was an expert on people management. D) It shows how some people do not understand people management.

  3. A) Worrying can cause needless stress. B) It is important to remember other things as well.
C) They can stop you thinking about more basic things. D) We can’t solve them, so there’s no point in worrying.

  4. A) Completely. B) In no way at all. C) With respect to relationships. D) With respect to professional questions.

  5. A) By giving them a written warning. B) By sacking people who break the rules. C) By following organizational procedures. D) By understanding the employee’s personal circumstances. Conversation 2
  6. A) Sarcastic. B) Humorous. C) Indifferent. D) Matter-of-fact.

  7. A) She was talking about suicide literally. B) She was talking about smoking literally. C) She wanted to be left alone by saying so. D) She was talking about both smoking and her life.

  8. A) None of them helped her positively. B) Her mother was too busy to be around her. C) Her father was the role model she followed. D) Her friends always cheered her up when she was feeling down.

  9. A) She feels less hopeless. B) She feels she has many dreams. C) She feels she is not part of this world any more. D) She feels that her life took the wrong way in the past, but now she wants to make a change for the better.

  10. A) He is a psychiatrist. B) He is a school teacher. C) He is a policeman in disguise. D) He is a stranger she just ran into by chance.
Section 2 Compound Dictation (
  10%) %) Directions: In this section, you will hear a passage twice. You have its script in the following, but with eleven blanks in it. You are required to fill in the first eight blanks with the exact words you have just heard. For the last three blanks, you can either use the exact words you have just heard or write down the main points in your own words. Remember, there will be a pause for the last three blanks in the second reading. (注意:请把答案写在答题卷上 否则以零分处理 注意: 否则以零分处理) 注意 请把答案写在答题卷上,否则以零分处理
注意:在样题的听力音频中,此部分播放了三遍, 注意:在样题的听力音频中,此部分播放了三遍,但正式考试时只播 放两遍, 特此提醒各位同学注意。 听力的其它三部分都只播放一遍) ( 放两遍, 特此提醒各位同学注意。 力的其它三部分都只播放一遍)
The medical center at New York University is one of the clinical sites for the study.
Thirty-nine-year-old Denise Harris is helping researchers gain a better understanding of the brain. She suffers from epilepsy, and doctors are monitoring her seizures in the hope of performing an operation to minimize them. Her head is
  1) . Wires protruding from the side are attached to electrodes implanted in her brain. Harris says doctors are monitoring her to see whether she is a good candidate for surgery. "I've been on many medications throughout my life and after a while, they don't work," said Denise Harris. "I still get seizures. So now, when they remove the part that the seizure is
  2) from, it's supposed to stop." But while Harris is in the hospital, she is also helping scientists understand how the brain comprehends and uses language. For the study, researchers are monitoring the implanted
  3) on a part of the frontal lobe called Broca's area, named after 19th century French physician Pierre Paul Broca. He was the first doctor to recognize the major role of that area in language. Through the implant process, called Intra-cranial Electrophysiology, or ICE, the researchers have found that Broca's area processes three different language functions in
  4) ?? within a quarter of a second. It is the first time the technique has been used to document how the brain processes grammar and produces words. Eric Halgren of the University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine, is one of the
  5) investigators of the study. "What we were able to find was that within a centimeter, around less than an inch, certainly, and probably half an inch, there were different regions - perhaps they
  6) some ?? but they were doing, at different times, different processes, all within this small area."
The first function deals with recognizing a word, the second with understanding the word's context in a sentence, and the third lets us
  7) the word by speaking. Harvard University brain expert Steven Pinker is another of the study's authors. Ned Sahin, a
  8) fellow at Harvard and the University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine was the first author of the paper outlining the work, which was published in the journal Science. According to Sahin,
  9) . "Nearly every introductory textbook as well as people practicing in the field in speech pathology, for instance, teach and believe that
  10) ?? Broca's area and Wernicke's area, where Broca's area is responsible for producing, for speaking, and Wernicke's for comprehending," said Sahin. This study shows that Broca's area is involved in both speaking and comprehension, illustrating that parts of the brain perform more than one task. "Here's an example of one relatively small part of the brain that's doing three very different things at three different times, but all within the space of a quarter of a second." But Eric Halgren points out that despite our growing knowledge, much about the human brain remains unknown. "How does this hunk of flesh, which is not much different from a muscle ?? it's just a bowl of porridge ?? how does it produce the mind? It's a total mystery".
He says
Section 3 Short-answer Questions (
  10%) %) Directions: In this section, you will hear a passage ONLY ONCE. In the following you have five questions. You are required to answer these questions with as few words as possible, in any case, no more than 25 words. (注意:请把答案写在答题卷上,否则以零分处理 注意:请把答案写在答题卷上 否则以零分处理 否则以零分处理) 注意

  1) What is the basic idea about intercultural competence?

  2) What is listed as one of the most important criteria for intercultural competence?

  3) What is considered as offensive in the Arab countries according to the woman?

  4) What mistake did the woman make when conducting business in Russia?

  5) What is the advice the woman gave in the end?
Section 4: Listening and Translating (
  10%) %) Directions: In this section you are going to hear five short passages. You will hear them ONLY ONCE. In each of these passages some of the sentences are already printed. You are required to translate the missing parts into Chinese. After each of the passages there will be a pause lasting one and a half minutes. The pause is intended for you to do the translation. (注意:请把答案写在答题卷上,否则以零分处理 注意:请把答案写在答题卷上 否则以零分处理 否则以零分处理) 注意

  1) Our development agenda will also focus on women as drivers of economic growth and social stability. Women have long comprised the majority of the world’s unhealthy, unschooled, and underfed. They are also the bulk of the world’s poor.

  2) About 80 percent of Australians live in coastal areas. There are fears that some low-lying communities may have to be abandoned in years to come because of flooding and erosion. And with higher sea levels, heavy rains and massive tides known as storm surges, which often accompany tropical storms, can do unexpected damage.

  3) It is no coincidence that the relationship between our countries has accompanied a period of positive change.

  4) And yet the success of that engagement depends upon understanding -- on sustaining an open dialogue, and learning about one another and from one another. For just as that American table tennis player pointed out, we share much in common as human beings, but our countries are different in certain ways.

  5) For a variety of reasons, production of the H1N1 vaccine has lagged behind demand. The vaccine for the so-called swine flu is made in the same way as the seasonal flu vaccine - in chicken eggs. But the government's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said the goal is to perfect new ways to make a vaccine. "What we really want to do is get away from that and get it to be 21st century technology molecular biology, recombinant DNA technology, where you have very good control over the process. It's rapid, it's consistent, and it proves to be something that we can rely on."

Part II Integrated Reading (30%)
Section 1 Banked Cloze (10%)
Directions: In this section, there is a passage with ten blanks. You are required to select one word for each blank from a list of choices given in a word bank following the passage. Read the passage through carefully before making your choices. You may not use any of the words in the bank more than once. Give your answers to the questions on your ANSWER SHEET. Attention: You need to change the forms of the words in the word bank where necessary.
(注意:请把答案写在答题卷上,否则以零分处理 注意:请把答案写在答题卷上 否则以零分处理 否则以零分处理) 注意
A name might tell you something about a person's background. Names can be
  1) of class and race. Data show African Americans are far more likely than other
  2) groups to give their children uncommon names. White people tend to
  3) more familiar names that were formerly popular with more affluent white people. The new study purports to show a link between name and outcome of life: The more
  4) your name, the more likely you are to land in juvenile hall.
That's because we know that boys with uncommon names are more likely to come from a socio-economically
  5) background, which means that they also are more likely to get involved with crime. Even the researchers readily admit that it's not a name alone that
  6) a child's outcome, but rather the ) circumstance underlying the name. The researchers first assigned a popularity score to boys' names, based on how often they showed up in birth records in an undisclosed state from 1



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