SECTION A COMPOSITION［35 MIN.］
Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a composition of 150 words on the following topic:
My Ideal Friend You are to write in three paragraphs.In the first paragraph, state clearly your viewpoint on the issue.In the second paragraph, support your viewpoint with details or examples.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:Your friend Jimmy is going to marry Sherry. Write a note of congratulations to him.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 response for each question on your ANSWER SHEET.
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. How much did the speaker pay for the laundry?
A. $3.B. $5.C. $4.D. $12.
2. The speaker means____.
A. please get your things out of my way
B. you should do what someone else wants sometimes
C. you never listen to what I say
D. don’t be so possessive all the time
3. What happened?
A. Tom’s wife forgot her own birthday.
B. Tom failed to remember when his wife’s birthday was.
C. Tom’s wife forgot Tom’s birthday.
D. Tom forgot to give his wife a birthday present.
4. What do we learn from the statement?
A. A terrible car accident happened on the street.
B. Nobody was hurt in that car accident.
C. The man killed several people in the car accident.
D. The man himself got killed in the car accident.
5. What would Bill probably do?
A. He would pull over.
B. He would speed up.
C. He would slow down.
D. He would wait for the police.
6. What does the speaker mean?
A. There is no doubt that we’ll attend the concert tomorrow.
B. We are not allowed to be absent tomorrow.
C. We can attend the concert tomorrow.
D. We should definitely not attend the concert tomorrow.
7. The speaker means____.
A. the books Tony borrowed from the library were overdue
B. Tony took the books back to the library too soon
C. the books Tony borrowed from the library were torn
D. Tony was expected to return the books to the library the next day
8. The speaker____.
A. had an accident
B. met an old friend
C. didn’t go to work
D. don’t believe in workwww.59wj.com
In this section, you will hear nine conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following nine questions.
9. What does the man mean?
A. He isn’t sure what course to take.
B. The math course is too short.
C. He may not meet the graduation requirements.
D. The graduation date has been changed.
10. When are Francie and Mike getting married?
A. April.B. May.
C. June.D. July.
11. What can we learn from this conversation?
A. The man will probably wait until summer to go to Mexico.
B. The man will probably not go to Canada for his vacation.
C. The man will probably go to Canada for his vacation.
D. The man will probably stay home during his vacation.
12. What is the man’s real problem?
A. He is too old.
B. He is getting too old.
C. He has a serious illness.
D. He’s overworked.
13. What’s the woman most concerned about?
A. The weather.
B. Getting back early.
C. Being caught in the traffic.
D. Being delayed by the traffic.
14. Why was the outing postponed?
A. The food spoiled.
B. The group was shameful.
C. The weather was bad.
D. The program director wanted to have it on another day.
15. The man eventually had to drive about____to get to his hotel.
A. 9 milesB. 10 miles
C. 11 milesD. 12 miles
16. When must the bicycles be returned?
A. On the hour.B. Within an hour.
C. By the next day.D. Before five.
17. How does the man seem to feel about driving from his home to his work?
A. He is satisfied with driving from his home to work.
B. The distance is about 20 miles.
C. The road is good but there’s a lot of traffic.
D. He lives very far from his work.
SECTION C NEWS BROADCAST
Questions 18 to 19 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item, you will be given 20 seconds to answer the two questions. Now listen to the news.
18. What crime is William Sampson charged with?
A. Bombing.B. Arson.
C. Rape.D. Burglary.
19. According to the Canadian government, Mr. Sampson was wounded____.
A. as the result of a suicide attempt
B. as the result of a car accident
C. as the result of a murder
D. as the result of torture
Questions 20 to 21 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item, you will be given 20 seconds to answer the two questions. Now listen to the news.
20. How many passengers will be affected by the strike?
A. 13,000.B. 30,000.
C. 1,500.D. 5,000.
21. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. Aeromexico’s pilots have gone on strike to demand higher wages.
B. There are long lines at BJI Airport in Mexico City.
C. Aeromexico is only willing to give a raise of 8.5 percent.
D. The Mexico government has not intervened in the strike.
Questions 22 to 23 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item, you will be given 20 seconds to answer the two questions. Now listen to the news.
22. What was Sulaiman Hashim?
A. He was a soccer fan.
B. He was a soccer player.
C. He was a bartender.
D. He was a student.
23. How many suspects were arrested?
A. 17.B. 7.
C. 1.D. None.
Questions 24 to 25 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item, you will be given 20 seconds to answer the two questions. Now listen to the news.
24. When did the unemployment rate begin to increase?
A. Last April.B. Last May.
C. Last August.D. Last October.
25. Which sector of the U.S. economy lost job most?
A. Manufacturing.B. Service.
C. Agriculture.D. Mass Media.www.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.As most people live closer together, and as they use machine to produce leisure,they find that their leisure, and even their working hours, become spoiled by a___26___ of their machinesnamely, noise. Noise is nowadays ___27___; it has acquired political ___28___, and public opinion is demanding, more and more ___29___ that something should be done about it. To control noise is to demand much self-discipline, for annoyance ___30___often from lack of common courtesy, a sense of ___31___ because there is usually a conflict of interest if noise is to be stopped, the expenditure of money and it is far more ___32___ to do this early rather than late, and finally, technical knowledge.Technical difficulties often result ___33___the subjective-objective nature of the problem. You can define the excessive speed of a motorcar ___34___ a pointer reading on a speedometer. But how can you define excessive noise in the same way? You find that with any exciting simple “ noise-meter”, vehicles which are judged to be ___35___ may show considerable differences on the meter.Though the ideal ___36___ for noise is to stop it at its ___37___, this may in many cases be impossible. The next remedy is to absorb it on its way to the ___38___ organ. But if we are going to allow fast motorcycles and heavy diesel lorries to pass continuously through residential and business districts, the community must decide on the control it needs to ___39___, for ___40___ it has got to pay for it.
26.A. side effectB. side occupationC. surplus valueD. by-product
27.A. in the newsB. under the open skyC. off people’s mindsD. on the decline
28. A. statusB. powerC. authorityD. condition
29. A. insistlyB. insistedlyC. insistentlyD. insistingly
30.A. raisesB. arisesC. risesD. arouses
31.A. proportionB. propositionC. suggestionD.distribution
32.A. economicalB. economicC. economizedD. economizing
33.A. inB. fromC. withD. out of
34.A. on condition ofB. at the cost ofC. in terms ofD. to the point of
35. A. differently noisyB. somewhat noisyC. evenly noisyD. equally noisy
36. A. wayB. methodC. cureD. approach
37. A. courseB. wayC. terminalD. source
38. A. oralB. auralC. visualD. spoken
39. A. exerciseB. operateC. workD. do
40. A. once in a wayB. in the long runC. with little effortD. on easy terms
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. My brother has decided to become a policeman,____what may.
A. cameB. comeC. comingD. having come
42. My friend and adviser____ to lend me his money.
A. have agreedB. has agreedC. agreedD. are agreed
43. A series of robberies ____recently.
A. has been reportedB. has reported
C. have been reportedD. have reported
44. “Which coat did your husband buy?”“The black one, but I____ the green one.”
A. would rather have boughtB. would rather buy
C. would have rather boughtD. rather had bought
45. I was to have a trip abroad if____.
A. I had not been fired
B. I was not fired
C. my boss won’t have fired me
D. I were not fired
46. Not until three years ago____ to work outside.
A. he beganB. he beginsC. began heD. did he begin
47.____ that it was going to rain, he took a raincoat with him
A. SeeingB. SawC. SeenD. To see
48. If you____hard, you____in the exam.
A. worked/ wouldn’t have failed
B. had worked/ wouldn’t fail
C. had worked/ wouldn’t have failed
D. worked/ wouldn’t fail
49. When we drove to the country, we saw many ____.
A. herds of cattlesB. herds of cattle
C. herd of cattleD. herd of cattles
50. Don’t go there this afternoon, I’d rather you____ tomorrow.
A. wentB. goC. will goD. would go
51. They saw a new movie at the theatre,____they had dinner at a Chinese restaurant.
A. then whichB. which afterC. after whichD. after that
52. In my country, the____ are all distributed free.
A. letters boxB. letters boxesC. letter’s boxD. letter boxes
53. I wish to go home with you,____?
A. may IB. shall IC. would ID. can I
54. Our country is trying to____ the serious problems created by the environment pollution.
A. comply withB. cope withC. cope toD. comply to
55. The thieves____the possibility of the alarm system sounding
A. overtookB. overcameC. overlookedD. overworked
56. Although the main characters in the fiction are so true to life, they are certainly____.
A. imaginingB. imaginativeC. imaginableD. imaginary
57. She stumbled and____ the coffee.
A. spoiledB. spilledC. pouredD. splashed
58. A sheet of metal was shaken to____the sound of thunder.
A. stimulateB. simulateC. reproduceD. duplicate
59. In today’s newspaper, it____ that there will be a new election tomorrow.
A. tellsB. statesC. writesD. records
60. When he bent down to tie his shoelace, the belt of his trousers____.
A. ruinedB. crackedC. brokeD. split
61. He was totally not aware when the thief____his wallet fro
m him.A. trickedB. stoleC. robbedD. deceived
62. To ____these two ideas is impossible, they are too different.
A. matchB. bondC. reconcileD. compromise
63. “How much money do you need?”“Well, $200 will see me____.”
A. throughB. outC. offD. away
64. I will be glad to get acquainted____the girl you introduced.
A. onB. withC. toD. by
65.Watch out, the boss is disgusted____your behavior!
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