2000 年 8 月 试题
Section One: Listening Comprehension

  1. (A) She doesn’t think the shirt comes in a bigger size. (B) She thinks shirt will fit the man. (C) A checked shirt won’t look good on the man. (D) The bigger sizes are more expensive.
  2. (A) She expects the man to have it. (B) She’s angry with the man for forgetting it. (C) She doesn’t know where it is. (D) She’d like the man to return it by tonight.
  3. (A) She didn’t buy the ticket. (B) The ticket was expensive. (C) She doesn’t know how much the ticket cost. (D) There are still a few tickets left.
  4. (A) Eat a bigger breakfast. (B) Make time for lunch in her schedule. (C) Take only morning classes next semester. (D) Change her schedule after she eats lunch.
  5. (A) He’s quitting the band for academic reasons. (B) He didn’t enjoy being a member of the band. (C) He’s getting academic credit for being in the band. (D) He’s taking time off from his studies to join the band.
  6. (A) His suit is too old to wear. (B) He doesn’t want to buy new clothes. (C) He doesn’t want to wear a suit. (D) He’ll go shopping with the woman.
  7. (A) Calculate the bill again. (B) Refuse to pay the bill. (C) He doesn’t want to wear a suit. (D) He’ll go shopping with the woman.
  8. (A) Sara rarely makes mistakes. (B) Sara usually says what she thinks. (C) Sara’s boss is hard to work with. (D) The secretary wasn’t hard worker.
  9. (A) She’d prefer to see a different type of movie than a comedy. (B) She has already finished her research paper. (C) She won’t be able to go to a movie with the man. (D) She’d like the man to help her with her research paper.
  10. (A) He prefers to work part time. (B) He wants to change his class schedule. (C) He’s having a difficult time finding a part-time job. (D) He doesn’t want to work on campus.
  11. (A) She doesn’t think it will snow. (B) The location of the session has been changed. (C) The session might be canceled. (D) She’ll probably be too tired to walk to the session.
  12. (A) Use bleach on his socks. (B) Buy new white socks. (C) Wash his red T-shirt again. (D) Throw away his pink socks.
  13. (A) He hasn’t talked to his brother since he transferred. (B) He doesn’t think his brother should transfer. (C) His brother doesn’t want to transfer. (D) He hadn’t heard the news about his brother.
  14. (A) Which seminar the woman wants to sign up for. (B) If the woman keeps money at the bank. (C) Where the woman learned about the seminar. (D) If the woman has taken other classes on personal finances.
  15. (A) He’s used to cold weather. (B) He expected the weather to be warmer over the weekend. (C) He has never liked the weather in October. (D) He didn’t see the forecast for the
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  16. (A) Leave the art exhibit. (B) Help the man understand the display. (C) Take the artwork down. (D) Call the museum director.
  17. (A) He thinks he’s very organized. (B) He doesn’t want to join the display. (C) He doesn’t think he should lead the study group. (D) He knows someone who can lead the study group.
  18. (A) He doesn’t know where his brother keeps his computer. (B) The woman should buy a used computer. (C) He doesn’t know how much computers cost. (D) His brother paid too much for the computer.
  19. (A) It’s been to warm to wear the jacket. (B) The jacket is too big for him. (C) He doesn’t like cold weather. (D) He didn’t buy the jacket until cooler weather arrived.
  20. (A) He started the semester in a bad mood. (B) He’s not usually bad-tempered. (C) He has few responsibilities. (D) He doesn’t like the man.
  21. (A) He forgot to cancel the reservation. (B) They can go to the restaurant after the woman has finished working. (C) He has to work late tonight. (D) They don’t have a reservation at the restaurant.
  22. (A) Watch a TV program related to his project. (B) Think about taking a less advanced sociology class. (C) Finish his project as soon as possible. (D) Reconsider his decision to interview so many people.
  23. (A) Try on a smaller sweater. (B) Look for another style at a different store. (C) Give the sweater away as a gift. (D) Exchange the sweater for a bigger one.
  24. (A) She plans to send a package to Canada. (B) She doesn’t know the postage for a
package to Australia. (C) She has relatives in Australia. (D) She’ll help the man wrap the package.
  25. (A) Send back his food. (B) Compliment the waiter on the food. (C) Tell the waiter about the mistake. (D) Order something else.
  26. (A) She doesn’t speak Spanish very well. (B) She doesn’t have to study a foreign language. (C) She performed poorly on a recent Spanish test. (D) She doesn’t remember living in Mexico.
  27. (A) He’s taking the next train to Philadelphia. (B) He has an extra train schedule. (C) He missed his train. (D) He’s familiar with the train station.
  28. (A) He’d like the woman to take his picture. (B) He’d like to borrow the woman’s camera this weekend. (C) His camera takes better pictures than the woman’s camera. (D) His camera is smaller than the woman’s camera.
  29. (A) Ask Professor Bell to help the club. (B) Introduce the woman to Professor Bell. (C) Write an article about Professor Bell’s interests. (D) Find out which biology classes Professor Bell teaches.
  30. (A) She wasn’t wearing a scarf when she arrived. (B) She’ll help the man look for his scarf. (C) She likes the color the man’s scarf. (D) The man didn’t take her scarf.
  31. (A) A concert the woman attended. (B) The man’s collection of CD’s. (C) A new software programs. (D) An instrument the woman is learning to play.
  32. (A) She lost one of his CD’s. (B) She didn’t invite him to the concert. (C) She missed class. (D) She forgot about a meeting.
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  33. (A) It does not need to be turned. (B) It has two sets of strings. (C) Its pitch is exceptionally high. (D) It is played with the hands and feet.
  34. (A) A baritone. (B) Some CD’S. (C) A computer program. (D) His class notes.
  35. (A) The woman’s house. (B) The concert. (C) The club meeting. (D) The music shop.
  36. (A) How rocks are eroded. (B) How sediment hardens into rock. (C) How flood plains develop. (D) How minerals are extracted from rock.
  37. (A)How rocks are eroded. (B)How strata are formed in rock. (C)Why flooding makes geological investigations difficult. (D)Which minerals can be found in rock .
  38. (A)The deposits aren’t made of organic material. (B)The deposits aren’t found everywhere in the world. (C).The deposits harden under conditions of heat and pressure. (D)The deposits don’t form at regular time invervals.
  39. (A) Where fossils are most commonly found. (B) How a geological discovery was made. (C).Why rivers flood. (D)The differences between two geological periods.
  40. (A) A museum exhibition of African baskets. (B) Changes in basket-weaving. (C) Differences between African and American baskets. (D)The development of basket weaving in one town.
  41. (A)Their mothers taught them. (B)They traveled to Africa. (C)They learned in school. (D)They taught themselves.

  42. (A)Fruit baskets. (B)Work baskets. (C)Baby cradles. (D)Clothes baskets.
  43. (A)They sell them as a hobby. (B)They make them as a hobby. (C)They use them on their farms.
  44. (A)How insects breed in extreme desert temperatures. (B)Different types of beetles. (C)They send them to museums. (D)How beetles can defeat a plant’s defense system.
  45. (A)Its resin isn’t poisonous. (B)It can shoot its resin a great distance. (C)It leaves have no veins. (D)It doesn’t need much water to grow well.
  46. (A)By severing the veins that carry the poison. (B)By eating only the stem of the plant. (C)By changing the plant’s chemistry. (D)By eating only at night.
  47. (A)Their literary value. (B)The debate over who wrote them. (C)The time period in which they were written. (D)Why they are still popular today.
  48. (A)The Iliad was written after the Odyssey. (B)The first European poems weren’t written in Greek. (C)The poet called Homer wrote the Iliad but not the Odyssey. (D)The poet called Homer never existed.
  49. (A)The portrayal of the characters in the poems. (B)Archaeological findings in Greece. (C)Research conducted by Milman Parry. (D)Claims made by ancient Greed authors about the poems.
  50. (A) Other poems written by Homer. (B) A comparison of modern versus ancient Creekpoetry. (C) A twentieth-century scholar’s conclusions about Homer. (D)Poetry by Milman Parry.
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Section Two Structure and Written Expression
Time: 25 minutes

  1. The gray scale, a progressive series of shades ranging from black to white, is used in computer graphics detail to graphical images. (A) added (B) to add (C) are added (D) and add
  2. By excluding competition from an industry, governments have often created public service monopolies. (A) they adopt laws (B) laws are adopted (C) adopting laws (D) having laws adopt
  3. skeleton of an insect is on the outside of its body. (A) Its (B) That the (C) There is a (D) The
  4. Lenses, are used to correct imperfections in eyesight. (A) are the forms of glasses and contact lenses (B) in the form of glasses and contact lenses (C) glasses and contact lenses which form (D) glasses and contact lenses may be formed
  5. In eighteenth-century North America, printed engravings provided of rococo style. (A) the most manifestation widespread (B) manifestation widespread the most (C) the widespread manifestation most (D) the most widespread manifestation
  6. In the Arctic tundra, ice fog may form under clear skies in winter, coastal fogs or low status clouds are common in summer. (A) because of (B) whereas (C) despite (D) that
  7. On attaining maximum size, by drawing itself out and dividing into two daughter amoebas, each receiving identical nuclear materials. (A) the reproduction of the amoeba (B) the amoeba, which reproduces (C) reproducing the amoeba (D) the amoeba reproduces
  8. For the advertiser, one of the greatest appeals of radio is an audience all day long. (A) that it has (B) that to have (C) to have it (D) having it
  9. Charles Schulz’s comic strip, “Peanuts,” features children who make about life. (A) funny, wise statements that (B) which funny, wise statements (C) statements are funny but wise (D) funny but wise statements
  10. One of the major rivers of the western United States, flows for some 1,500 miles from Colorado to northwestern Mexico. (A) it is the Colorado River (B) the Colorado River which (C) and the Colorado River (D) the Colorado River
  11. In art, the tendency of gouache colors to lighten on drying makes a wide range of pearly or pastel-like effects. (A) it is possible (B) possible (C) possible to be (D) it possible the
  12. Isabel Bishop was one of many American artists by the government during the Depression years on various federal art projects. (A) employed (B) whose employment (C) to employ (D) had been employed
  13. Outbreaks of diseases in trees commonly occur stressed because of drought or other
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environmental factors. (A) as forests that become (B) in forests become (C) that become forests (D) when forests become
  14. To break thick ice, an icebreaker boat moves fast enough to ride up on the ice, under its weight. (A) so then breaks (B) when breaks it (C) which then breaks (D) for which then breaks
  15. Cholesterol is present in large quantities in
the nervous system, where compound of myelin. (A) it a (B) a (C) being a (D) it is a

  16. Painters of the early twentieth century who were known primarily for they colorful landscapes, the A B C Group of Seven changed is name to the Canadian Group of Painters in 19
  33. D
  17. Most animals have nervous systems, sense organs, and specialized modes of locomotion, and are A B C capable of securing ingesting, and to digest food. D
  18. The cork oak tree has a layer of cork several inches thickness that can be stripped every ten years. A B C D
  19. Inflation, interest rates, and overall economic active can be governed by the United States Federal A B C Reserve’s decision to adjust the supply of money to the economy. D
  20. Free radicals of oxygen, which common by-products of metabolic processes in the body, are capable A B C D of causing tissue damage.
  21. By 1830 the glass industry in the United States had become too well established that the country no A B C longer needed to depend on imported glass. D
  22. Free land, cheaply transportation, and powerfully persuasive railroad advertising all helped flood the A B western part of the United States with farmers in the nineteenth century. C D
  23. Coral formations have known as fringing reefs are located close to shore, separated from land only A B C by shallow water. D
  24. For a seagoing, cargo-carrying sailing vessels, the clipper ship was remarkably fast. A B C D
  25. Visibly only through large telescopes, Pluto has a yellowish color, which indicates that there is very A B C little atmosphere. D
  26. Diamond is the hardest known substance, so diamonds can be cut only by another diamonds. A B C D
  27.The International Monetary Fund was created in a effort to stabilize exchange rates without A B
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interfering with the healthy growth of trade. C D
  28. Butterflies and moths undergo complete metamorphosis, them changing from caterpillar to adult via A B C one intermediate stage, the pupa. D
  29. Thousands of meteorite hit Ear



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