第一单元
Section A

  1. A) He is baldly hurt. B) He is worn out. C) He's soaking wet. D) He lost his raincoat.
  2. A) Her sister is having a baby. C) It is a bad movie. B) Her sister will not let her. D) She is taking care of her sister's children. B) The distance is not very long. D) He lives too far from his work. D) He's a car dealer. D) Friday.

  3. A) He is satisfied with driving from his home to work. C) The road is good but there's a lot of traffic.
  4. A) He's a repairman.
  5. A) Tuesday. B) He's a taxi driver. C) Wednesday. B) Thursday.
C) He's a salesman.
Section B
Long conversation Questions 6 to 9 are based on the conversation you have just heard: D) They are interesting. B) Sports and singing. C) Sports and traveling D) Dancing and singing. B) She has been a member of a swimming club for years. D) She always feels healthy after swimming. B) To play tennis with his wife. D) To sing karaoke with him. B) For money and happiness. D) For mutual interest and friendship. B) To lecture to beginners. D) To exchange experiences. B) Because they all enjoy their life. D) Because they have the same interest.
  6. A) They are helpful. B) They are considerate. C) They are friendly.
  7. A) Sports and dancing.
  8. A) She has been swimming every day since very young. C) She likes the feel of water when swimming.
  9. A) To go swimming with his wife. C) To join a disco party with him. Passage One
  10. A) For financial reward. C) For relaxation and enjoyment.
  11. A) To promote business. C) To make friends.
  12. A) Because they share equal benefit. C) Because have the same experiences.
Questions 10 to 12 are based on the passage you have just heard:
Passage Two Questions 13 to 15 are based on the passage you have just heard:
  13. A) He was the first person who received the Carnegie Medal. B) He was the person who suggested setting up the Carnegie Medal. C) He was a boy who gave his life to save two other boys. D) He was a boy who drowned when swimming with his friends.
  14. A) To grant William a gold medal. B) To send him a sum of money. C) To give William the title of hero. D) To honor heroes like William.
  15. A) They have always put someone's safety ahead of their own. B) They are all very quick in reaction to dangers. C) They all have great compassion for people around them. D) They are always watchful for any sign of danger.
Section C
Americans are geographically (
  16) and learn to develop friendships easily and quickly. (
  17) one out of five American families moves every year. People move because they begin new jobs, attend (
  18) colleges, get married, have children or (
  19) want a change in their lives. Perhaps as a (
  20) of this people form and end friendships quickly. Students (
  21) two or three universities during their undergraduate and (
  22) years may change their (
  23) of friends several times. (
  24) . Students might meet in classes and remain friends for the duration of the course and then stop seeing each other after the final examination. (
  25) . In these friendships, shared daily experiences form the foundation for the relationship. (
  26) . The high rate of mobility in the United States can explain a great deal about transient friendships.
第四单元 Section A

  1. A. The man is illiterate in Japanese. B. The man is good at Japanese. C. The man is his brother's Japanese teacher. D. The man knows some basic Japanese.
  2. A. Salesman and customer. B. A professor and his student. C. Librarian and student. D. Lawyer and client. Term paper
  3. A. In the office B. At home. C. In the hotel. D. At restaurant.
  4. A. School. B. Party hall. C. Home. D. Hospital.
  5. A. She stopped her writing. B. She quit her job to raise two children. C. She is a famous writer later. D. The man has a sister.
Section B

  6. A. She is ill. B. She is enrolling new members in her department. C. She fired another accountant. D. She is overworked.
  7. A. They are boss and worker. B. They are workmates. C. They are a couple. D. They are patient and doctor.
  8. A. She has to hand in the report forms. B. She is too tired to work. C. She wants to stay away from home. D. She has to look after her ill husband and her little son.
  9. A. This Wednesday. B. Next Wednesday. C. This Friday. D. Next Friday.
  10. A. David and Catherine may be workmates. B. The company hasn't enrolled a new accountant. C. Mr. Green is a nice gay. D. Catherine has to tend to her husband and her son in hospital.
Section C

  11.
  12.
  13.
  14.
  15. A. Monday. B. Tuesday. C. Thursday. D. Wednesday. A. More than 60,000 B.
  1.38 million. C. About 20
  08. D. More than 16,0
  00. A. Boxing. B. Soccer. C. Swimming. D. Basketball. A. 6 B. 7 C. 8 D. 9 A. The third round of overseas ticket sales for the Beijing Olympics started on Thursday. B. The online purchasing system also begins well. C. Many tickets were sold out barely in three hours. D. People can buy the tickets without waiting.
Section D
Directions: In this section, you'll hear a passage three times. Listen carefully during the first reading. When the passage is read for the second time, you should fill in the blanks numbered from 16 to 23 with the exact words you have just heard. For blanks numbered from 24 to 26 you are required to write down the main points about what was said. Check your answers when the passage is read for the third time. After a busy day of work and play, the body needs to rest. Sleep is necessary for good health. During this time, the body (
  16) recovers from the activities of the previous day. The rest that you get while sleeping (
  17) enables your body to prepare itself for the next day. There are four levels of sleep, each being a little deeper than the one before. As you sleep, your (
  18) muscles relax little by little. Your heart beats more slowly, and your body (
  19) shifts back and forth from one level of sleep to the other. Although your mind (
  20) slows down__, from time to time you will dream. Scientists who study (
  21) state that when dreaming occurs, your (
  22) eyeballs begin to move more quickly (Although your eyelids are closed). This stage of sleep is called REM, which (
  23) stands for rapid eye movement. If you have trouble falling asleep, (
  24) recommend. Others believe that drinking warm milk will help make you drowsy. (
  25) ! 第五单元 Section A
  11. A) She agrees with him entirely. B) She does not agree with him. C) She advises him to be careful. D) She suggests that the teacher be strict with the students.
  12. A) In the street. B) At the doctor's. C) At home. D) At the office.
  13. A) The rooms are better but not the meals. B) the meals are better but not the rooms. C) They are even worse. D) Both meals and rooms are better.
  14. A) A newspaper story. B) A situational dialog. C) A job vacancy. D) the Internet service.
  15. A) Washington. B) New York. C) Chicago. D) Los Angeles.

  16. A) Swimming. B) Skiing. C) Tennis. D) Watching TV.
  17. A) High pay can keep a clean government. B) She doubts that high pay alone can maintain a clean government. C) There is less bribery in developed countries. D) Human desire will decide the existence of bribery.
  18. A) 8:00 B) 7:45 C) 7:30 D) 7:00 Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
  19. A) They are talking about their fathers. B) They are talking about their friendship. C) They are talking about baseball. D) They are talking about drinking beer.
  20. A) Four years ago. B) One month ago. C) One year ago. D) Four months ago.
  21. A) To drink beer. B) To join the Navy. C) To make friends with other people. D) to see the Brooklyn Dodgers.
  22. A) Because he was dumb. B) Because he was deaf. C) Because he was blind. D) Because he was crippled. Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
  23. A) To see the horse racing. B) To see a film. C) To see the car racing. D) To have lunch together.
  24. A) Because she doesn't want to go. B) Because she will be much traffic. C) Because Sue will pick her up. D) Because it is out of Bill's way.
  25. A) Four. B) Three C) Two. D) Five. Section B Passage One. Questions 26 to 29 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  26. A) 17,0
  00. B) 1,700 C)
  24. D) 9,000
  27. A) It's located in a college town. B) It's composed of a group of old buildings. C) Its classrooms are beautifully designed. D) its library is often crowded with students.
  28. A) Teachers are well paid at Deep Spring. B) Students are mainly from New York State. C) The length of schooling is two years. D) Teachers needn't pay for their rent and meals.
  29. A) Take a walk in the desert. B) Go to a cinema. C) Watch TV programs. D) Attend a party. Passage Two. Questions 30 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  30. A) They learn to read by reading word by word. B) They learn to read by reading words out. C) They learn to read by sounding out the letters and decoding the words. D) They learn to read by practicing more.
  31. A)
  0.5--
  0.6 B)
  3.5?4 C)
  2.5 D)
  3.6
  32. A) A child who reads a book with stops. B) A child who reads one word at a time. C) A child who reads without expression or meaning. D) A child who reads with expression and meaning of the sentences. Passage Three Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  33. A) Because of their carelessness. B) Because of their inadequate education. C) Because of their detailed introduction. D) Because of their names being crossed out.
  34. A) Continue to work hard. B) Give them up and shift to something else. C) Draw another picture. D) Make as great improvements as possible.
  35. A) Failure is the father of success. B) Adjustments are the key to success. C) Goals are more important than details. D) Details can be ignored in all cases. Section C French Defense Minister Michele Alliot-Marie says her government is (
  36) to help train Iraq's police and military but rules out sending French (
  37) there. The French official made her (
  38) in Washington, where she is (
  39) to smooth relations that soured over France's opposition to the US-led war in Iraq. Ms. Alliot-Marie told a (
  40) at the Center for (
  41) and International Studies in Washington that France would be (
  42) to help Iraq's future military and police forces, (
  43) to what France and Germany are doing in Afghanistan. Ms. Alliot-Marie, a close political ally of President Chirac, (
  44) , which sourced over French opposition to the US-led war in Iraq. (
  45) ," said Michele Alliot-Marie. "We simply want to promote our vision of things as we respect that of others. (
  46) .
 

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