PART Ⅰ WRITING［45 MIN.］
SECTION A COMPOSITION［35 MIN.］
Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a composition of 150 words on the following topic:
What Would You Like to Do after Graduation?
You are to write in three paragraphs.In the first paragraph, state clearly what you would like to do after graduation, to find a job or to continue your study. In the second paragraph state the reasons for your choice. In the last paragraph, bring what you have written to a natural conclusion with a summary or suggestion. Marks will be awarded for content, organization, grammar and appropriacy. Failure to follow the instructions may result in a loss of marks.
SECTION B NOTE-WRITING［10 MIN.］
Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a note of about 50-60 words based on the following situation:
Tom has had an accident and is now in hospital. Write to express your concern and good wish.Marks will be awarded for content, organization, grammar and appropriacy.
PART Ⅱ DICTATION［15 MIN.］
Listen to the following passage. Altogether the passage will be read to you four times. During the first reading, which will be read at normal speed, listen and try to understand the meaning. For the second and third readings, the passage will be read sentence by sentence, or perhaps phrase by phrase, with intervals of 15 seconds. The last reading will be read at normal speed again and during this time you should check your work. You will then be given 2 minutes to check through your work once more. Please write the whole passage on ANSWER SHEET TWO.
PART ⅢLISTENING COMPREHENSION［20 MIN.］
In Sections A, B and C you will hear everything once only. Listen carefully and then answer the questions that follow. Mark the correct answer to each question on your ANSWER SHEET.
SECTION A STATEMENT
In this section you will hear eight statements. At the end of each statement you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following eight questions.
1. What does the speaker mean?
A. She has no time to persuade her husband into changing his mind.
B. It is impossible to make her husband change his mind.
C. She is sure that she can persuade her husband into changing his mind.
D. She is not quite sure that she can make her husband change his mind.
2. What does the speaker mean?
A. He wants to give some advice to Mr. Anderson.
B. He wants to get some advice from Mr. Anderson.
C. Mr. Anderson should take his advice.
D. Mr. Anderson doesn’t want to take his advice.
3. What does the speaker imply?
A. He is behind in assignments of reading.
B. He drew a lot last night.
C. He didn’t sleep at all last night.
D. He studies very hard.
4. In order to get rid of boredom, the speaker suggests____.
A. stopping to have some physical exercise
B. having a sound sleep
C. changing to another subject
D. talking to friends
5. What does the statement mean?
A. Jim doesn’t have any assignment before Friday.
B. Jim doesn’t know the assignment until Friday.
C. Jim is too busy to finish the assignment.
D. Jim couldn’t finish all these assignments before Friday.
6. According to the passage,____.
A．Maggie has changed his job
B. Maggie is doing his present job well
C. Maggie didn’t quit his job
D. Maggie has lost his job
7. What does the statement mean?
A. Sam lives far away.
B. Not everybody likes Sam.
C. Good friends are hard to find.
D. All friends like Sam.
8. What does the speaker imply?
A. He won hardly.
B. He didn’t catch the ball well enough.
C. He failed in this match.
D. His hand got wounded badly.
SECTION B CONVERSATION
In this section, you will hear eight short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following eight questions.
9. What can you learn about the man from this conversation?
A. He is behind in assignments of reading.
B. He drew a lot last night.
C. He didn’t sleep at all last night.
D. He studies very hard.
10. How much did the woman pay for her handbag?
A. $20.B. $30.C. $22.D. $28.
11. What’s the probable relationship between the man and the woman?
A. Cousins.B. Husband and wife.
C. Manager and clerk.D. Friends.
12. What does the woman want to do?
A. Go from Paris to London.
B. Fly from Paris to New York without stop.
C. Fly from London to New York.
D. Stay in London for two nights.
13. What has George suggested?
A. That they take the children to an amusement park after giving them cake and ice- cream.
B. That they let the children amuse themselves after giving them cake and ice -cream.C. That they arrange some games for the children and then give them cake and ice- cream.
D. That they let the children amuse themselves and then give them cake and ice -cream.
14. Why does the man prefer the engineering graduate?
A. Because he is from Imperial College.
B. Because his answers to the interviewer’s questions are the best.
C. Because he has good academic records and ideas of his own.
D. Because he is the best graduate from Imperial College.
15. What did Mr. James tell the woman to do?
A. Be back in town Tuesday morning.
B. Call him on Thursday.
C. Come to see him Wednesday.
D. Make an appointment for Thursday.
16.What can we learn about Peter from this conversation?
A. He helped the man a lot in prison.
B. He has made a crime recently.
C. It’s difficult for him to find a job because he made many crimes.
D. He’s been in prison for some time.
SECTION C NEWS BROADCAST
Questions 17 to 18 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item, you will be given 20 seconds to answer the questions. Now listen to the news.
17.____people were killed in the Israel and Palestine clashes.
A. FourB. OneC. FiveD. 200
18. Violence flared throughout the West Bank and Gaza on____.
A. MondayB. FridayC. WednesdayD. Tuesday
Questions 19 to 21 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item,you will be given 30 seconds to answer the questions. Now listen to the news.
19. Secretary of State Colin Powell said____.
A. Egypt may not deserve a proposed $2 billion military and fiscal aid package
B. US government would cut its foreign aid to Egypt and the Palestinians
C. the Bush administration is not going to work for Middle East peace
D. the Bush administration would continue its foreign aid to Egypt and the Palestinians
20. Mitch McConnell was____.
A. Secretary of State
B. Republican senator
C. Democratic senator
D. the spokesman of the Bush administration
21. The senate criticism blamed the Palestinians for____.
A. the inappropriate remarks
B. the violation of human rights
C. the damage to the US national interest
D. the violence with Israel
Question 22 is based on the following news. At the end of the news item, you will be given 10 seconds to answer the question. Now listen to the news.
22. The demonstrators demanded ____.
A. for the release of jailed Solidarity leader Lech Walesa
B. to suspend the Solidarity Labour Union
C. to mark the anniversary of a workers’ revolt
D. for the punishment of those killers
Questions 23 to 25 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item,you will be given 30 seconds to answer the questions.Now listen to the news.
23. The economy in the Latin American and Caribbean region grew by____last year.
A. 3 percentB. 3.8percent
C. 5 percentD. 4percent
24. A new United Nation’s report is predicting____.
A. economic growth in Latin America this year will be slower than anticipated
B. economic growth in Latin America this year will reach four percent
C. economic growth in Latin America this year will be faster than anticipated
D. direct investment will increase this year
25. The UN office says the following countries except____ will continue
a steady recovery from economic instability.
A. BrazilB. Colombia C. EcuadorD. Venezuelawww.59wj.com
Decide which of the choices given below would correctly complete the passage if inserted in the corresponding blanks. Mark the correct choice for each blank on your ANSWER SHEET.
All Americans are at least vaguely___26___with the plight of the American Indian. Cutbacks in federal programs for Indians have made their problems___27___more severe in recent years. Josephy reports, “___28___1981 it was estimated that cutbacks in federal programs for Indians totaled about $500 million” or more than ten times the cuts affecting their___29___fellow Americans. Additional cuts seem to be threatened in the future. This reduced funding is affecting almost all aspects of reservation life,___30___education . If the Indians could solve their___31___problems, solutions to many of their other problems might not be far behind. In this paper the current status of Indian education will be described and___32___ and some ways of improving this education will be proposed.
Whether to___33___with the dominant American culture or to preserve Indian culture has been a longstanding issue in Indian education. After the Civil War full responsibility for Indian education was turned over by the government to churches and missionary groups. The next fifty years became a period of___34___assimilation in all areas of Indian culture, but especially in religion and education .
John Collier, a reformer who agitated___35___Indians and their culture from the early 1920s until his death in 1968, had a different idea. He believed that instead of effacing native culture, Indian schools should encourage and___36___it.
Pressure to assimilate remains a potent force today,___37___. More and more Indiansare graduating from high school and college and becoming___38___for jobs in the non-Indian society. “ When Indians obtain the requisite skills, many of them enter the broader American society and succeed. ”___39___approximately 90 percent of all Indian children are educated in state public school systems.
How well these children compete with the members of the dominant society, however, is another___40___.
26. A. agreeableB. regardless C. familiarD. sympathetic
27. A. evenB. ever C. greatlyD. further
28. A. SinceB. Up toC. BeforeD. By the end of
29. A. non-IndianB. IndianC. previousD. former
30. A. exceptB. regardingC. besidesD. including
31. A. culturalB. educationalC. socialD. severe
32. A. estimatedB. evaluatedC. settledD. decided
33. A. agreeB. push forwardC. assimilateD. deal
34. A. enforcedB. overallC. contemptuousD. unbelievable
35. A. in favor ofB. on behalf ofC. side by side withD. far behind
36. A. realizeB. assimilateC. acknowledgeD. revitalize
37. A. yetB. furthermoreC. howeverD. just the same
38. A. availableB. reachableC. suitableD. eligible
39. A. In the futureB. In the pastC. At presentD. Maybe
40. A. questionB. issueC. aspectD. matter
PART ⅤGRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY［15 MIN.］
There are twenty-five sentences in this section. Beneath each sentence there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Choose one word or phrase that correctly completes the sentence. Mark your answers on your ANSWER SHEET.
41. He____have been nervous because he didn’t go straight in.
A. ought toB. mustC. shouldD. had to
42. I am quite sure that I can____Michael into letting us use his car tomorrow.
A. speakB. talk C. tellD. say
43. Jean could be a very attractive girl but she____to her clothes.
A. pays no attentionB. was paying no attention
C. paid no attentionD. had paid no attention
44. When questioned by the interviewer, my mind went____, and I could hardly remember my own date of birth.
A. blankB. dim C. faintD. vain
45. The textbook question as well as other issues is going to be discussed when the congress is in____again next spring.
A. assemblyB. conventionC. conferenceD. session
46. To drive a car safely, it is____good brakes.
A. essential withB. essential having
C. essential to haveD. essential have
47. As I regard it, you can widen the ____ of these improvements through your active participation.
A. volumeB. dimensionC. magnitudeD. scope
48. “Can you ride a horse?”
“No, I never had the chance ____.”
A. for learning
B. for learning how
C. how to learn it
D. to learn how
49. As electric lines were destroyed by the storm, they were forced to[CD#4] light for several days.
A. go overB. go in for
C. go withoutD. go out
50. To survive in the intense market competition, we must____the qualities and varieties of products we make to the world-market demand.
A. improveB. guaranteeC. gearD. enhance
51. “Maria has blisters in her boots.”
“She____walking such a long distance.”
A. was used not toB. used to
C. is not used toD. did not used to
52. In ancient times people who were thought to have the ability to ____dreams were likely to be highly respected.
A. impartB. inheritC. interpretD. intervene
53. It was ____that we felt tired when we arrived.
A. a so long travelB. such a long travel
C. such a long journeyD. such a so long journey
54.____his poor record in school, the board thinks that he should study hard.
A. In spite ofB. In charge ofC. In view ofD. In case of
55. “What authors do you like?”
A. favorite for meB. my favorite
C. for me the favoriteD. the favorite of mine
56. We hadn’t expected a power cut so we were astonished when the whole house was ____into darkness.
A. divedB. plungedC. drownedD. dropped
57. Without a (an)____passport a tourist is forbidden to enter a country.
A. operativeB. effective
C. validD. efficient
58. Although the town had been attacked by the storm several times,____was done.
A. a few damagesB. few damages
C. little damageD. a little damage
59. Before the tourists set off, they spent much time setting a limit ____the expenses of the trip.
A. forB. inC. toD. about
60. “Tina looks especially pretty tonight.”
“Yes, she always looks her best in ____of that color.”
A. dressB. a dressC. that dressD. the dress
61. Despite the wide range of reading material specially written or____forlanguage learning purposes, there is yet no comprehensive systematic program for the reading skills.
A. appointedB. assembledC. acknowledgedD. adapted
62. Internet, a____of millions of computers linked world wide, is the largest system serving e-mail messengers.
A. unityB. connectionC. networkD. combination
63. “ How dark your brother’s hair is!”
“It’s ____mine when I was at his age.”
A. no darker thanB. no more darker as
C. not dark more thanD. not darker as
64. It was surprising that the hotel looked rather shabby outside was luxuriously and____ furnished inside.
A. artificiallyB. arrogantlyC. arbitrarilyD. artistically
65.____he daydreamed, Peter saw figures in the sky.
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