2000 年 1 月

  1. A) To cancel his trip. B) To go to bed early. C) To catch a later flight. D) To ask for a wake-up call.
  2. A) They have different opinions as to what to do next. B) They have to pay for the house by installments. C) They will fix a telephone in the bathroom. D) The man's attitude is more sensible than the woman's.
  3. A) She will save the stamps for the man's sister. B) She will no longer get letters from Canada. C) She can't give the stamps to the man's sister. D) She has given the stamps to the man's roommates.
  4. A) Visiting the Brownings. B) Writing a postcard. C) Looking for a postcard. D) Filling in a form.
  5. A) The man should work with somebody else. B) The man should meet his partner's needs. C) They should come to a compromise. D) They should find a better lab for the project.
  6. A) She can't finish her assignment, either. B) She can't afford a computer right now. C) The man can use her computer. D) The man should buy a computer right away.
  7. A) The visiting economist has given several lectures. B) The guest lecturer's opinion is different from Dr. Johnson's. C) Dr. Johnson and the guest speaker were schoolmates. D) Dr. Johnson invited the economist to visit their college.
  8. A) She's never watched a better game. B) Football is her favorite pastime. C) The game has been canceled. D) Their team played very badly.
  9. A) The man should stick to what he's doing. B) The man should take up a new hobby. C) The man should stop playing tennis. D) The man should find the cause for his failure.
  10. A) An invented story. B) A real life experience. C) An imaginary situation .D) A terrible nightmare. Passage one
  11. A) The name of a German town. B) A resident of Frankfurt. C) A kind of German sausage. D) A kind of German bread.

  12. A) He sold fast food. B) He raised dogs. C) He was a cook. D) He was a Cartoonist.
  13. A) Because the Americans found they were from Germany. B) Because people thought they contained dog meat. C) Because people had to get used to their taste. D) Because it was too hot to eat right away. Passage Two
  14. A) They give out faint cries. B) They made noises to drive away insects. C) They extend their water pipes. D) They become elastic like rubber bands.
  15. A) Quiet plants. B) Well-watered plants. C) Healthy plants. D) Thirsty plants.
  16. A) They could drive the insects away. B) They could keep the plants well-watered. C) They could make the plants grow faster. D) They could build devices to trap insects. Passage Three
  17. A) To look for a different lifestyle. B) To enjoy themselves. C) For adventure. D) For education.
  18. A) There are 200 vehicles for every kilometer of roadway. B) It has a dense population. C) There are many museums and palaces. D) It has many towering buildings.
  19. A) It is a city of contrasts. B) It possesses many historical sites. C) It is an important industrial center. D) It has many big and beautiful parks.
  20. A) It helps develop our personalities. B) It enables us to acquire first-hand knowledge. C) It makes our life more interesting. D) It brings about changes in our lifestyle.
  1. D
  2. A
  3. C
  4. B
  5. C
  6. B
  7. B
  11. C
  12. A
  13. B
  14. A
  15. D
  16. D
  17. D

  8. D
  18. C

  9. A
  19. A

  10. C
  20. B
2000 年 6 月

  1. A) Buy some traveller's checks. B) Borrow some money from a friend. C) Check the brakes and tires. D) Spend some time travelling.

  2. A) He is very forgiving and tolerant. B) He probably has a poor memory. C) He is well liked by his customers. D) He has been introduced to the staff.
  3. A) He thinks the book should include more information. B) He doesn't think it necessary to provide the answers. C) The answers will be added in a later edition. D) The book does include the answers.
  4. A) Announce appeals for public service. B) Hold a charity concert to raise money. C) Ask the school radio station for help. D) Pool money to fund the radio station.
  5. A) She talked with the consultant about the new program until two. B) She wouldn't talk to the consultant before two. C) She would talk to the consultant during lunch. D) She couldn't contact the consultant's secretary.
  6. A) They are equally competent for the job. B) They both graduated from art schools. C) They majored in different areas of art. D) They are both willing to draw the posters.
  7. A) At a book store. B) At an art museum. C) At a newspaper office. D) At a gymnasium.
  8. A) The woman received a phone call from Mark yesterday. B) The man injured Mark in a traffic accident yesterday. C) The man met a friend by chance. D) The woman contracted Mark on business.
  9. A) The man should stay up and watch the program. B) The man should read something exciting instead. C) The man should go to bed at eleven. D) The man should give up watching the movie.
  10. A) Students with a library card can check any book out. B) Reference books are not allowed to be checked out. C) Only students with a library card can check out reference books. D) The number of books a student can check out is unlimited. Passage one
  11. A) To find out whether they take music lessons in their space time. B) To find out whether they can name four different musical instruments. C) To find out whether they enjoy playing musical instruments in school. D) To find out whether they differ in their preference for musical instruments.
  12. A) They find them too hard to play. B) They think it silly to play them. C) They find it not challenging enough to play them. D) They consider it important to be different from girls.

  13. A) Children who have private music tutors. B) Children who are 8 or older. C) Children who are between 5 and
  7. D) Children who are well-educated. Passage Two
  14. A) Because there weren't any professional teams in the U.S. then. B) Because Pele hadn't retired from the Brazilian National Team yet. C) Because this fast-moving sport wasn't familiar to many Americans. D) Because good professional players received low salaries.
  15. A) When it has a large number of fans. B) When it plays at home. C) When it has many international stars playing for it. D) When the fans cheer enthusiastically for it.
  16. A) It wasn't among the top four teams. B) It didn't play as well as expected. C) It won the World Cup. D) It placed fourth. Passage Three
  17. A) Students from America. B) Students from England. C) Students from Australia. D) Students from Japan.
  18. A) Those who know how to program computers. B) Those who get special aid from their teachers. C) Those who are very hardworking. D) Those who have well-educated parents.
  19. A) Japanese students study much harder than Columbian students. B) Columbian students score higher than Japanese students in maths. C) Columbian students are more optimistic about their maths skills. D) Japanese students have better conditions for study.
  20. A) Physics. B) Mathematics. C) Environmental science. D) Life science.
  1. D
  2. B
  3. D
  4. C
  5. B
  6. A
  7. C
  8. C
  11. D
  12. A
  13. B
  14. C
  15. B
  16. A
  17. A
  18. D

  9. D
  19. C

  10. B
  20. A
2001 2001 年 1 月

  1. A) The woman never travels by plane. B) Both speakers feel nervous when flying. C) The man thinks travelling by air is quite safe. D) The speakers feel sad about the serious loss of life.
  2. A) In an office. B) In a restaurant. C) At a railway station. D) At the information desk.

  3. A) Fix the shelf. B) Paint the shelf. C) Write the letter. D) Look for the pen.
  4. A) It is run by Mrs. Winter's husband. B) It hires Mrs. Winter as an adviser. C) It gives a 30% discount to all customers. D) It encourages husbands to shop on their own.
  5. A) Too tight a hat. B) Lack of sleep. C) Long working hours. D) Long exposure to the sun.
  6. A) He doesn't like the way Americans speak. B) He speaks English as if he were a native speaker. C) His English is still poor after ten years in America. D) He doesn't mind speaking English with an accent.
  7. A) An electrician. B) A carpenter. C) An auto mechanic. D) A telephone repairman.
  8. A) They both enjoyed watching the game. B) They both felt good about the results of the game. C) People were surprised at their winning the game. D) The man thought the results were beyond their expectations.
  9. A) Salesman and customer. B) Manager and employee. C) Professor and student. D) Guide and tourist.
  10. A) Tom will keep the surprise party a secret. B) Tom didn't make any promise to Lucy. C) Tom has arranged a surprise party for Lucy. D) Tom and Lucy have no secrets from each other.
  1. C
  2. B
  3. A
  4. D
  5. D
  6. D
  7. A

  8. B

  9. C

  10. A
2001 2001 年 6 月

  1. A) He will tell Mary how to operate the dishwasher. B) He will wash the dishes himself instead. C) He will help Bill to translate the manual. D) He himself will operate the dishwasher.
  2. A) Lose weight. B) Quit smoking. C) Weigh himself frequently. D) Have a talk with the doctor.
  3. A) The woman should have complained to her neighbor. B) The woman should stay out until the neighbors are quiet. C) The woman should have stayed at the library. D) The lab will be a better place for reading.

  4. A) Check the figures later today. B) Bring a calculator tomorrow. C) Bring a calculator tomorrow. D) Calculate the number right now.
  5. A) She doesn't remember much about the city. B) She's never been to the city. C) She would find someone else to help. D) She would talk to the man later.
  6. A) She thinks the man should have helped earlier. B) She doesn't need the man's help. C) She doesn't know the boxes are heavy. D) She wants the man to help with the boxes.
  7. A) She let the man use her books for the weekend. B) She brought the books the man asked for. C) She borrowed the books from the man. D) She offered to help the man.
  8. A) She'd like to have the windows open. B) She likes to have the air conditioner on. C) The air is heavily polluted. D) The windows are already open.
  9. A) He's going to visit a photo studio. B) He's just had his picture taken. C) He's on the way to the theater. D) He's just returned from a job interview.
  10. A) At a gas station. B) In a park. C) In an emergency room. D) At a garage. Passage one
  11. A) One sixth of them are seriously polluted. B) One third of them are seriously polluted. C) Half of them are seriously polluted. D) Most of them are seriously polluted.
  12. A) There was no garbage left to clean up. B) There was more garbage than before and they had to work harder. C) The river had become so clean that a lot of water-birds came back. D) The river was much cleaner and they had to search for garbage.
  13. A) Most of them would be indifferent and keep on throwing garbage into the river. B) They would join the students in changing the situation. C) They would become more aware of the pollution problem. D) They would think twice before they went swimming or fishing in the river. Passage Two
  14. A) Why people hold back their tears. B) Why people cry. C) How to restrain one's tears. D) How tears are produced.

  15. A) What chemicals tears are composed of. B) Whether crying really helps us feel better. C) Why some people tend to cry more often than others. D) How tears help people cope with emotional problems.
  16. A) Only one out of four girls cries less often than boys. B) Of four boys, only one cries very often. C) Girls cry four times as often as boys. D) Only one out of four babies doesn't cry often.
  17. A) Only humans respond to emotions by shedding tears. B) Only humans shed tears to get rid of irritating stuff in their eyes. C) Only human tears can resist the invading bacteria. D) Only human tears can discharge certain chemicals. Passage Three
  18. A) They make decisions by tossing coins. B) They are not physically separated. C) They think exactly the same way. D) They share most of their vital organs.
  19. A) Few of them can live long. B) Few of them get along well with each other. C) Most of them live a normal life. D) Most of them differ in their likes and dislikes.
  20. A) They go to a regular school. B) They attend a special school. C) They are taught by their parents. D) They have a private tutor. Answer
  1. B
  2. A
  3. C
  4. B
  5. A
  6. B
  7. C
  8. A
  11. B
  12. D
  13. C
  14. B
  15. D
  16. C
  17. A
  18. B

  9. D
  19. A

  10. D
  20. A
2002 2002 年 1 月

  1. A) All the passengers were killed. B) The plane crashed in the night. C) No more survivors have been found. D) It's too late to search for survivors.
  2. A) Its results were just as expected. B) It wasn't very well designed. C) It fully reflected the students' ability. D) Its results fell short of her expectations.
  3. A) He believes dancing is enjoyable. B) He definitely does not like dancing. C) He admires those who dance. D) He won't dance until he had done his work.
  4. A) His computer doesn't work well. B) He isn't getting along with his staff. C) He didn't register for a proper course. D) He can't apply the theory to his program.

  5. A) Reading on the campus lawn. B) Depositing money in the bank. C) Applying for financial aid. D) Reviewing a student's application.
  6. A) A new shuttle bus. B) A scheduled space flight. C) An airplane flight. D) The first space flight.
  7. A) The deadline is drawing near. B) She can't meet the deadline. C) She turned in the proposals today. D) They are tow days ahead of time.
  8. A) By going on a diet. B) By having fewer meals. C) By doing physical exercise. D) By eating fruit and vegetables.
  9. A) He enjoyed it as a whole. B) He didn't think much of it. C) He didn't like it at all. D) He liked some parts of it.
  10. A) It looks quite new. B) it looks old, but it runs well. C) It needs to be repaired. D) Its en



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